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ROBINSON & CO.
CyTOrGm Wm. Wallace, Mg
Furniture and Bcddina.
I I J4-l,r Embalming in
OS a spocialty.
ciintm no tick
I iiiirtmrtil nf I titer iir Culled
SI II I I'M I.HII") 'III. c. 1 .it l lew III"
gou, Sept. 'i'lul, i'.iO.
A H 1 1 1 1 1 C I 1 1 1. COIllcd. iiltl Jevil Imv
llig been Weil In IhlH ntllco livOeorge
K Hovden. ronteMmit, iirfiiHiMt
lloincidciil Kntrv. No. ni.:i7, mini"
May H'lli. UN i . . fur M'.1
TowiinIiIi lUlH .Range !' K. Willamette
Meridian, liy Frank Hrown Contcntee.
in which It Im alleged that milii
llrnwn linn fulled lo reside upon,
cult Ivute or Improve landn In inn-
tlmi, Hint Im Iiiii totally ii I nil 1 l
thai name for n period of more Hihii
nix months IhhI past, and km I 1 defect
an herein net lollli colli li Of to tli Ik
Into, said part lea are Iminliy noil
fled to h f ' 'f m r. r kmimI, kihI oiler evi
dence toileting said allc;t loii lit 1(1
o'clock m. in. on Not I ft, llMIl, before
United States I. nml Otllea In Lakevlew
Tli aaid contestant having, In
proper atlHavlt. Ill l rept. 'ilrd
liHUi, ntt forth facta which ehow Mint
nftrr due diligence personal service
of this notice ( Mil tin not lie made, It
m hereby ordered and directed t lint
mi oh notice be given by duo and
ARTHUR W ORTO. Register
FRKD I'. OKONKMII.LKR, KwnItT
A I M I N I ST H A TO KH HAL K
Notice In liKri'tiy bIb tlmt th nn
lemlned iilm'iilHtrntrlx of ttin fatuta
of Aloiiro A. Mrrrlll, riceuiil, liy
the ordnr of the County Court of th
St lite of Oregon, for Mnltoomnh
County, will Hell lit imtillc miction on
Sturdy th 4th. dy of )pnnitir,
UMf.i, Ht the tionr of ten o'clock in
the forrnonn of imld dny. at tli
Court lloiiHii door. Fifth Sfrm-t, en
trance, In the (Mty of I'ortlaml.
MiiltnoniHti Cnonty, StHtn of Oregon,
all of the follow Inn dimcitiad ( lopnr
ty, to wlt;-
The South imt quarter of Section
Thirty Townnhlp Twenty three
Bonth of Kaiiue Thirteen eant of the
WllUmettn Meridian, Id Lake Coun
ty, State of Oregon.
Said i.le will lie made to the high
ent hldder for raah in hand on de
livery of deed and aa d aale will tie
aulijert 'o nonfllrmatlon liy aald
County Court, of Maltnoroah (bounty,
State of Oregon.
ALICF. M. MKRItlLL
AdmlnUtratrlx of thu entate of
Alolnro A. Merrill, deceaaed Dated
and the II rut pnhllcatloo Octolier,
i." 1W.I, Laat pnhlloatlon December,
(UtAHAM k CI.F.KTON, Attorney
for A.lmliilntratrli. iYlWl
Blue Prints Made
I will inn iii' Hint' rrinte of
nny tow n-blp of ltnd In tbc
l.iiki vlcw I. Mini Dlatrlct, and
ilu iilmtrnrt work. Cull or
W. It. SINIDLK
Ijikevlew - Oregon
CLASSIFED WANTS i
If you want all the
nowa of Lake County
and Golden Goose Lake
Val lev. subscribe for
THE EXAMINER, only
$2 a year.
'A8HOC1ATK V. NTF.D-We dnnlro to
1 get good party or partiea with aoine
capital, to jo t ii iih In Improving and
bundling our land and propertiea In
NevHila and California eapeclally
rouud Keno tbe uietropolia We
iiave good Hiiliiblo propertiea and yeara
f experience To good party a aure
nnd big prof lit will ba given. Ad
tlreaa or nee Overland Truat and
ileulty Co. T2.H Center St. Ileno Nev.
WANIKD- Man and wifo to cook
for 20 men, wiwm i, Kiiquirc at
j.fillK AT Till' NOTICK FOIt IMC-
. , , .... rtv I....I. . .....
1 Wliril 1HMIICII ii.v in" n " I'""""'
Coiiipiiiiy for deHtroyliiK Ita prop
I'OST & KINO II.WK TIIK
' linle oi I.Iiiiiiih nnd ( Ikiiih
( f 1 1 1 1 1 1 I in I Iri'oii.
j. II. CI'TI.I'lt WHISKY AT
' 1 1 i -1 I ,nKi' ii' Im r. Tin- In
j ni r e-l wliip.l.. in -i. L.
Mill til I.I.
I NOTI(!K I will imve my Kelly
ieel( naw mill in opeiutioii by .lime
(et. Mini will then bo pnqmreil to fur
lsh ull kinds of rough lumber.
A. M. OALLAOKR.
all its branch-
Hoarao in at-
NOTICK II iK 1'IT.LICAl ION I
Hul. A I I I) I KAOT.
I I'll I I IC l.ll'ld Nllll llHII , .1
I In- Intel Inr, IJ S. I.H'. 1 Mn
I Lakeview, Oregon, Oct.. iMth. MO.
j Nitlce In lie rely (.Inn that, a ill
I reeled oy tlie ( ' tiiiilhICMr of the
( . 1 1 1-r ii I I. ii il Oltlce, under provl
e I in n of Act of Coiiircse ai proved
.lime 'J, . I'.iih, l.ll Mates , iiji , we,
will oiler lit. in lil in ruin, to the high
est liidder, lit 10 o'clock A. M , on
Uih la-nth diiy of December, I'.KKI at
I tl.U nitlce, the lollow ing deacrllied IhihI
Sr. (pierler Sr. iiinrlcr, Section 'Ji
r :m m.. I? K , w. m.
Any persona In t ii I ii K Hilverwly tlm
ntiove ili'Hcrllii'd Imnl urn iidvlw I In file
their cliiinm oi olijec' Iomh, on or lie
lorn tlu 1 1 in H deMfe'lllted for the tnl
li'l'i 1 1; K W. OICTON, Ki-Klhtnr.
NOTICK K(K I't'lllJCATlON.
United StNtfH Land OOlcn. Lk
?lw, OirKdii. rifot. II, I : N
NotlcH In liKruliy Kl'i'n llmt Hip
Northern 1'nciMn limlwiiy Cniiiininy,
Iiokm .ont oMIch iiddieHH Ih St. i'mil,
M Inuentitn, linn on Sunt. 1 1. KhKI Hied
In thin nttlce ItH Ii ( 1 1 1 1 1 t-n 1 1 ill to nelecl
under th irovlnloim of Hib Act of
(UniHrCHN, Mii(Hed July 1, Ih'.IM ('.U)
Hi Ht fi:i;, li'JIi) hh extended t.y the Met
of l'i iiHri'HM, hi proved My 17. r.cul.
the SW i of NV I Sec Ip. :VJ S..K.
Kat, W. M.
Any mill all pernona claiming adver
ely the Undi dencrllied, or (lexirilig
to oliject iii-CHiine of the miner
clmiaoter of the land, or for any other
reamiu.to the (IIi-iohhI to the appli
cant, ahoulil llle their allli'aviU of pro
tent in ttiia idtlre, on or liefo
'.".Hh day of Octolier KKP.I.
A KT1H' K W, OI'TO.N, KegUter
l'ulilliihed in Luke Co. Kxaiiituer
located at lakevlew .Oregou SltiiW.
A lt'1'11 L'K. W. OK TON. HegiHtr.
NOTICK TO CKKD1TOKS
Notice Im herehy given that the
undeialgned Iihb, by the Comity
Court or the State of Oregon, foe
Lake County, beeu appointed adr
nunlatrator of the eatatn of Jerom
Churchlll, deceased ; therefore, all
paraoni tiaring claiina agaluat the ea
tate of aaid decadent are hereby re
quired to preaunt them , with the
proper voucher, within in montha
from the date of thla notioe to the
onderalgned a iiuloiatrator at tbe
oHIce of W. Lair Thompson, In
Dated tbla 8tb dy of Sepember. A.
J. O. HULL
Admliiletrator of the entate of Je-
t j rome Churohlll, deceaaed.
ARCADIA THEATRE CHANGE.
The Arcadia Theatre can now be
attended at tbe Snider Opera llouae.
The conaolidallou la a good thing
a Lakevlew la hardly large enough
for two moving picture ahona.
brmUwIth swallow Kor it
rlcht car tor cwea: revi.rai
for wi ...era. Heinv ewea Nuarti t rup auu nil.
In rtKhi rar. Tar Hrand 111. kauKe, ('rant
I-aae t'oalollliv alclr-aa. Ikrview. Ore(oi
NOICK: To holders of 10 mid '()
acre tracts 1 have u co-oieratlve
iliiu for making holders of tbene
nicta Home money and you will do
well to get a copy of my plun before
making other arrtngements.
W. L. UL1NN, Lakevlew
KeferenceH Lakview Hoard of
Traile and the First National Hank of
FOR HALK: 7 room, fully furuinhed
house, and large lot clone iu tUXHJ
below actual value,. Furniture alone
worth iVilHl. Must sell at once am) all
goes for 'ir00 Southern Oregon
FOR HALK ON K OF.SURFRISK
Valley 'a choice 2CX) acre farms near
Ft. Hidwell, Calif. Good Iioiiho and
barn, orchard and berries. t!5 acres
In grain; alfalfa and wild bay grown
on place. All farm tools, work
horseH, niiloh cowa, and bogs in
cluded. For particulars enquire at
NITI'ATION W A TK.I
RANCH IIKLI'-Caii do general
ranch work. Have had charge of large
ranches. Capable of handling any
kind of rauch proposition. Wifo la
experienced bouse keeper and Hue
cook. No children. Desire place
for both. Euuiuru of Kxmiuer Luke-
W.XNTKli-l'oaition by rellnnd.com
I'etent woiiian, with boy of unveil
Widower family pruferitul. Enquire
Ht tbla ollloo. av :)
LINCOLN COUNTY IIKill SCHOOL
- h'or i ii 1 1 ii iiin t in o in repai d to
I . i ii.-nl ii County High Srlnml, Ste
1 1 1 it: in 1 1 Ii ', Typii writing, Vocal and
liisliunieiilaS Music, Manual Ti'iii.i
ini'. Hi nt of I'm nislin.l cm tiiiioa, col
ol ':viiil', iiddienB I'rnf. Wiltier, Now
l'RIVATK MOARDINO HOUSE
SIiihIi St. Home cooking. Meals 35
cents. 'Jl-meal tloekt, f.'i. Room for
Meauduiea HAN FORD Si RUBON.
A Fearful Cost lo
Pay For Lack
1 B M M
If he who hesitates it loit,
Ai lorae old tage has writ,
It surely is a fearful cc:t
To pay for lack of grit. .
Don't hesitate if yoa would win;
To save yonrielf is best.
Jo.it pot your Advertisements in
(Bates Furnished on Request),
WHEAT .'1.4X YKAHS OLD.
N I'.W HAVKN. Conn.. Sept.
Some ol the u heot tlmt .Iom pb or
'imi' one crjunllv a undent Hton-I
Ix'forc the wven yearn' famine In
Kirypt haM Ix-en n-celved by the Val
etifine Hammer, of llranliird Tbe
wheat wm aton'il In the nineteenth
dyniwty, l.VK) yearn before Chrlut, or
more tbnn .'J.H) jenm ajtu.
HERE ISR E MEfToRW 0 M FN
If you have pallia In tbr bark, t'rln.n. Bl'l
ler nr Kid ley trouble, ami nl a rcrialn.
pleanant hrrb rrllrl In. in Women' Ilia try
Mtilher Ciray'a " AL'HTR AI.I A N I.KAK." l
a aale, rellahlr rrKiilator. le1 relli rell all Kr
malc weakuraa, liirlmtiiiK liiflamallnn ami til
rerationa. Mother Oray'a Auairallan lal U
l1 by PriiKirlala or a nt by man lor M) cu
Hample arm FKKK. Adilrrta. Tbv Moi lirr (iray
Co. I hoy, N. Y. No 1
:val Cntarrli quickly yiells to treat,
t Ii." the agreeulilo, aromatic Kly'i
- 'ti Biiltn. It i received through the
'riln and cbunaee and bcali the whole
:'iu-e over whieb it diffuaei itnelf. lirug
iji a-11 the ftOe. aize. Tit it and you
j Mire to eotitiune the treat men t till r
To arcommoiliite thnao who are partial
t!i uw of atomizera in applying bijuida
'.i I he muutl paxMigea for Mtnrrhal trvu.
i, the proprietor preixire Cream Halm in
ii 1 form, whirh will be known an Kly's
i pii 1 CrHtn Balm. Price Including the
it iving tube ia 75 rents. PruggiNts or by
i il. The liquid form emixKliea th mod
irml proiwrtiua of tbe aolel prejMaratiou.
HOTKL FOR SALE-18 room well
furnished hotel and a money maker.
Lot alone la worth more than we ak
for tbe hotel If yoa are looking for
an investment where you can clear
1000 in days come in.
SOUTH KKN OKECiON.KKAl.TV CO.
FOR SALK One driving team or
HHildle bornea a bargain. Laki
view Development Co. Moore lilock,
FOR SA LF.. Restaurant with ee
tut liHhed trade. Kuquire at K.xam
Itier ottlce. 4Utf.
TIMHKR LAND bargain near Lake
view and (loose Lake on good level
road cldse to railroad survey water
for saw mill large cruise. 40tf
Wheeler at Moore's Law OUice
FOR SALK-Flfteen Delaiue and
Rambnulette raaia.At Davis Craek.
Knquire of K. W.ktiarren. 4Utl
FOR HALE: 12000 Groom houae.
Two atory furnished house and
corner lot witb barn, on Main St.
two blocka from , Kxaimuer office.
Heat buy on tbe street. Southern
Oregon Realty Co."
FOli SALE. Two'good tuillch cowa
'M very reasonable at
FRcl) SPANtlKNHKRO 42tf.
NKWSPAPKR-tlood buiauesa. For
particulars apply at Examiner office.
TRKSPASS NOTICK-We-.. hereby
warn all parties foim entering our
pre'mibes in Sen. 8 Township 311 SR.
20K, for piirpitHO of bunting or tlahlug
or otherw iHt. J. O. HULL
38 tf. ( i K( . J A M M i '.RTl 1 A L
Ely's Creani Bairn
ii quickly aliaiirlioil.
Givtm lii lii'l .il Once.
1 1 eleiin , s-1. .tin s,
heals .iii.l .:..Iv's
tlui ill-, is. 1 In. 'iii
brnne 1'iMiliin.; Inmi
(.'al. ll rh and drives
iiwuy a l'nl.1 in
atores the Senses of
Taale nnd Snu 11. Full hi.,. ctn. , id I ifn
giata or by litt.il . i i.jui form, 75 ,-, uN
Kly Uiotheis, ,rni V iiriou btreet, New v"'li
r - ,,rr'
. n Tozn.
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one 1. 1
in v. i rd or l.r . 1 foi
v. ' rd
. - t in
tend i n m
ot, 1 1 1 n 1 1
te' ;, ,
' r t Vi l iii'n Ii l collie
v. rd I oo in iv'; I h- I wii
' M iithti r ndv;it 'iu'i f
rillll lie l'i
v: Wed, yon 'n iilie.nl
I. io:ii II. I'd li!:e to vt
yon d It." v,
Il 'i :i vlini- of t !.e lioiil-
never Inxini t lil I'lii ii
the cro;i:er Is peiierntlv too lnzv to
Inbor under nn Impression. Mi mny
have tniiili' Komi, money In Id" life but
bp doe) not live - he only exist If be
N In biiilncK mid is imkerl to nrlter
tlie, lie anya Ida fxAn do not riei-d d-
vertlalntf. and. besldew. he Ih lw iitel nn
a prominent corner and every IhIv ai-ea
bin poirfln na they iinnw. Vea, "iih tbey
pna." for they rarely go in The
croaker never give hla ricIirhlM.r if
fellow man credit for anything b ar
If you go to a local merchant and
ahow him a plan or auggeat to blm an
enterprise which If carried out will b
of great benefit to all concerned and
ask hla co-operation and be aaya,
'Well, who la In this? do and aee tbe
other business men, and If they go
Into It I mny do ao, too." look out for
him. He may not be a croaker, but
he has dnngcroua aymptoma. He la
vaccinated, and the probabfJltiea are
tlmt It will take unleaa something ia
done for blm. He needs a hypodermic
Injection of 'enterprlae' to core blm
of the "follow your leader" habit He
Ii the first to eipect beneflte that ac
crue from tbe united efforta, mergy
and enterprise of otbera, bat le tbe
Inst to lend a band. The croaker la
a pusillanimous, InslgnlflraDt, Incoo
alstent Incumbrance. Shelton (Oonnj
IMPROVIrVQ HOME GROUNDS.
How to Make Them Attractive All the
The tree, shruba and herbaceoot
perennials wblcb should anrroand tb
homes of tbe average class of Ameri
cana are of especial Interest to tbe ma
jority of people. Tbeae should 1 se
lected with the treated ear, and tbey
should represent the flneat taste pos
sible. The Dumber Deed not ueces
aaiily b large. The tperlea should
not be too varied or tbe effect will
be toe striking and net In good taste.
One must take Into consideration tbe
apeclea beat suited for spring, trammer,
fall and winter effect a. Too frequent
ly the winter effect are not carefully
considered, and much of the charm of
planting Is loat. The varied green of
the coniferous trees, and especially tbe
delicate effect produced when tbe ever
greens of more delicate foliage, like
the hemlocks and chamaecyparla, are
covered with snow. Is very pleasing.
Tbe variation of color In winter of tbe
bark of many of the declduoaa trees
and shrubs should also be carefully
studied In seleetlng the planting list
Few If any of the shrubs equal the dif
ferent varieties of cornu,! and aallj
for these winter effects. The flowers
of spring and summer, the fruits of
summer, fan and winter and the colors
of bark and twigs In winter should
keep our homes bright and attractive
throopbout tbe year.
Ferhapa the home la rented and the
owner does not care to pay out mnch
for Improvements of thla nature. It
la Interesting to note the attractive
ness one may add to a home of tbla
kind with small espenae. Vines of
rnpld annual growth, like the coboeas
or morning glories, may be cheaply
grown, and these will quickly cov
er nnaljrhtly objecta or serve na a
screen for the plnr.r.a or veranda. The
castor bean plants will give subtrop
ical effects with comparatively little
expense and geranlama, petunias, ver
benaa cr cannaa may serve to brighten
and make cheery tha home ground!
Why Stroot Tross Die.
Street treee suffer more from lack of
air than from any other cauae. On
one aide la cement walk and on the
other graveled, oiled or paved street.
The trees usually die from an Insuffi
cient application of water, for If plen
ty were given the tree the soil would
be fairly aerated. When water enters
the soil the air Is driven out, and aa
the water recedes fresh air takes lta
place, so that frequent waterlnga will
result In frequent airing. Another
ranse of poor growth In street trees Is
lack of food. The space about the tree
is limited, and seldom la fertilizer
given or the .minimum of aoll Btlrred.
Trees are unable to absorb mineral I
fertltlrers except they are taken up!
by the roots lu a solution of soil wa
ter. Many fertilizers! now In the aoll
mny be alowly "unlocked" by frequent
cultivation. Applications of other fer
tilizers often hasten the name process.
Keeplnii thrifty Htrcct trees by feed
Inir them through th. scant nren usii
ally allowed In parkways may be
liki'ut'i! to keeping a human being In
robust lieallli by feed ins; bliu through
tl sirnw. Cultivate nnd Irrigate sirec!
trees Ihi'iMUKhly and fcililize little,
A Town's Prosperity.
The prospevlly ef a I nvn Is not
piugcd by the wcaliti of lis Inhabit
lints, but by tbe iiiif,'i';nlty with which
itioy pull together when nny important
inilel'taktng Is to be accomplished.
ERG ENOUGH for
AIfOLOACiNG EtFLS ffifjf
rif!o b V.w'.- d by i" .
ancthir b t!.rv;n up f
"Ju.-.t fJI and. rclc.;
omrnerl',:. a:id cafe b
t33 which hold.-, f.'
each :.liot." I'
Lreech Made In 4 calibres f'
the smaller h'g g.-irne
for Salt fcy Mil Local Dealeri
Write for cat.iloui; and litcr.iture
III MINOTON A It MS f.. III. .ii. . T.
31.1 Hr.MHdwfif, w Vorlc
In (he Circuit Ccnrt of tbe State
of Oregon lor Lake County.
John A. Urunmi. Plaintiff ti-
Lottie Drunmi, Defendant
"lo Lottie Drumm, the above na.j.ed
In tbe name of tbe State of Oregon :
Vou are hereby required to app ar
and answer tbe complaint Bled
against yon lo the above entitled
Court and Cause on or before tbe 4tb
day of November, 1900, and If yoa
fail so to answer, for want thereof, tbe
above named plaintiff will apply to
aaid Court for tbe relief prayed for
and demanded in said complaint
which ia aa follows: For a decree, of
aid Court forever dissolving tbe
marriage contract and bonds of mat
rimony now existing between the
above named plaintiff and said defen,
daot, and awarding to plaintiff tbe
care and custody of tbree minor chil
dren of plaintiff and de'endant,
namely: tarl Drumm, Earnest
Drumm an 1 Winnified Drumm, and
for judgment against aaid defend
ant foi his cost and disboraemeota in
tbla suit and for such other and far
tier relief aa to the Court may seem
Ibis aummone la ordeied to be ser
ved upon you by publication thereof
once a week for six aucessive and
consecutive weeka in the Lake Coanty
texaminer, a newspaper published
weekly at Lakevlew, in Lake Coanty,
Oregon, .by order c.f Hon. Ii. Daly.
County Judge of tbe State of Oregon,
for tbe County of Lake, doly made
and entered on September 23rd, 1909.
Tbe date of tbe drat publication of
this summonela September 2rd, 1909,
and the date of the last publication
thereof ia November 4 tb, 1909.
L F. CONN
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Dated Sebptember 23rd, 1909.
NOTICE OF HUERIFF'8 SALE IN
Under and by virtue of an ex ecu
'ion in foreclosure, Uaaed out of the
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
for tbe County of Lake, on tbe Slat
day of August, 1909, to ma directed
and delivered. In a suit in aaid court
for aaid County and State, wherein
C. K. Shattuck, aa plaintiff recovered
judgmeut against L. J. Jooaa and
Mrs. Pearl M. Jonas, aa defendants
for tbe sum of nine hundred fifty-two
and 52-100 (2.52) dollars, and
costs and dlaburfements taxed at
fifteen (115.00) dollaia, on May 22nd,
1909, said judgment bearing interest
at tbe rate of ten per cent per annum
Tom aaid May 22od, 1909,and also a
decree of foreclosure and order of
sale against aaid defendants.and by
direction of aaid order of said court
and faid execution,! am commanded
to nell the following descrioed prop
erty .to-wit: Lot six (6, the north
east quarter of tbe routb west quarter
and tbe north half of tbe south east
quartet of section six (0) in townebip
tweuty three (23)aoutb, range sixteen
(16) east of Willamette meridian, in
Lake county, Oregou, containing one
hundred fifty-nine aud 32-100 (159.32)
acres, for the purpose of eatisfying
said judgment of tbe above named
or ao much thereof aa may be neces
sary to satisfy said judgmeut and
the costs aud expenses of making
Notice ia hereby giveo that on
Friday, tbe tilth day of November,
19)9, at the Court House door on tbe
frout and east aide of tbe Court
House of Lake County, tate of Ore
gon, situated in tbe towo of Lake
view, at tbe boor of ten o'clock in
(he forenoon of said day, I will sell
at public auction for cash. to tbe high
e-t bidder, all the rigbt, title and
interest which tbe said defendants,
L. J. Jonas and Mrs. Pearl M. Jonas,
bad on tbe 2th day of November,
1907, are have thereafter acquired, in
aud to the bauds herein before des
cribed, or ao much thereof aa may be
uecessary , to satiety said judgmnt
and the costs and expenses of making
Dated this ?nd day of October,
Sheriff of Luke County. Oregon,
liy W. H. SNIDER. Deputy.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department Of Tbe Interior,
U S. Land Office at Lakeview,
Oregou. Sept 'J7tli. 1909
Notice is hreby given that Alfred
Roberta, of l.nkeview Oregon, who,
on Sept. fitb. H'i'K. made Homestead
entry. No 0-r.9, for NK quarter, Sco
tiou 2ii, Toutithin Xi S., Range 20
K., Willamette Meridian, has tiled
intention to ni.ike Fint.1 Five Year
Soldier Proof, to estal.lir.b claim to
the land above di-scri bed. betore the
iWlster and Receiver, at Lakeview,
Oregon. on the '.'tb day of November,
Claimant iiinncs us witnesses:
II K. Curtii-s, of Yallev Falls Oregon
t! K. Rice, of Lkueview "
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ARTHUR W. ORTON, Register.
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NOTICr Kili I LHLICA1ION
Department I 1 he Interior U. 3.
Land Office w. J.akeview. Oregon.
Sept. 27th, I W O
Notice la hereby given tbat Widlam
N. Dobkioa bun- oct office addreM
ia Paisley, iirmnn, aid on the 4th da
of Decmber :!HJH Hie in tbla oHloa
Sworn Staten n t ai.o Application,
ISO 0(593, to purchase t SBWi
Section 5, Sr.Sr., Section ,
Township 34 S., Raoga 18 K..WU
laette Meridian and tbe tirobc
thereon, under tbe provisions of tk
act ot Jnne 3, 1878, and acts amend
atory, known as tbe " Timber and
Stone Law, "at such valoe as miga
be fixed by appraisement, and that,
poranaDt to aucb application, tha
land and timber thereon bav bee a
appraised, $515.25 tbe timber esti
mated 607,000 board feet at 1.75 par
M. and tbe land at tt0 00 .that saii
applicant will offer float proof la
aupport of hia application and sworn
atatement on the 7th day of Decem
ber, 9u9, before Register aad Ra
celver.U. 8. Land Office, at Lake
view. Oregon. a
Any peroso ia at liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or Id lute
a contest at nny time before patent
issues, by filing a corroborated affi
davit in tbla office, alleging facta
which wonld defeat the entry.
ARTHUR W. ORTON, Register.
Placed 20.000 trees In Lake county
laat vear. Beat adapted to needa of
thla section. F re? from all dlaeaaea.
Kndorsed by fruit Inapectora.
pb5tt E. R. PATCH. Lakevlew.
C. O. Lmaur, Prop'r.
Office in Thornton Store
Stage leaves Lakeview daily, ex
cept Sanday at o a. m. Arrive
at Altorae at 6 p. m.
Leaves Altnras for Lakeview at
6 o'clock a. m. or ou the arrival
of the stage from Likely. Ar
rives in Lakeview in 12 bonre af
ter leaving Altnras.
Freight - Matters - divea
Strict - Attention
First - Class - Accomodations.
Northern Stage Line.
A- W. BRYAN. ProDrietOf.
Leaves Lakeview at 6 a. m
eery day but Sunday
Returning, leaves Paisley
at 6 :30 a. m every day bu'
Piumbu' ar $ j Rod crip I
OFFICE- Reynold 4 Wtnitleia' aw
P. K. Tavlor, Prop.
Office at B. Reynolds Stor .
Stage leaves Lakeview Mondays, Wed
oesdays and Fridays at 'la in., arrive
at Plush at 9 p m I ,- ive Piusb Tue
lays, Thursdays anil Saturdays, at 6
a. m., arrives at Lakeview at y p. in
Passenger fare $. one way or $5 for
round trip. Freight rates from May
1st to Nov. 1st per n n,l red, (roia
Nov let. to May in mi j ei hundred
K'amath Fails-take view
$ Stage Companv
oi tin s
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Itoi'i. Kin 111 all
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It ii ii nit Trip
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Note tbe Vitllev
I'tills Hdv. for tha